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"Liberalism will collapse of its own dead weight. And when it does, you true believers better be ready for the hard truth that there is no such thing as a free lunch." Sadly, these true believers will not draw any conclusions about free lunches. They will only conclude that the evil conservatives' interference prevented liberalism from delivering Utopia and ruined it for everyone.
"They" ... ? You seem to be suggesting that the author and some group with which he is affiliated (Townhall, conservatives, ... ?) appeal to emotionalism rather than facts, which further implies that those with the opposing views don't do this. If that's you're intent, then you are either lying or very ignorant as this is a stated tactic of the Left. If that's not your intent, then you need to work on your writing skills.
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Their Right to Your Money

M444ss Wrote: Mar 23, 2014 9:04 PM
Direct democracy is a stupid form of government, which is why Washington, Madison, Franklin, et al chose to form a republic instead; however, I this shouldn't even be in the jurisdiction of the federal court. The people of Colorado are free to delegate to the state legislature any power they collectively hold, or to otherwise withhold such power. There certainly is no requirement in the US Constitution for the people of a particular state to allow their legislature unlimited taxation powers.
By the way, "thanks" to all the fascists in Northern VA that elected this guy.
What a piece of... If there's any justice in the world, the name Terry will go the way of Adolf and Pontius.
"Opposing Voter ID Laws in the Name of Race Is Insulting to Minorities" One should never assume liberals mean what they say when they attack laws and policies with which they disagree. The truth is that they don't care if their rhetoric insults anyone. After all, they don't say it because they think it's true. They say it because they think it will work, and that's all that matters to them. The real reason they oppose voter ID is because they need people who aren't eligible, or aren't who they say they are, to be able to vote in order to guarantee success. They obviously can't say this to the media or a judge.
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Affordable Care Act or War on Conscience?

M444ss Wrote: Mar 16, 2014 2:54 PM
Yep.
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Affordable Care Act or War on Conscience?

M444ss Wrote: Mar 16, 2014 2:53 PM
It's amazing to me how federal lawyers - with a straight face and the backing of the president and the Democrat Party - can argue that an express constitutional prohibition on acts that restrict the People's right to the free exercise of religion only applies to churches and not to individuals.
You are describing symptoms, not causes . The cause is our collective willingness to make decisions based on emotional responses rather than obvious empirical evidence; that is, our willingness to repeatedly vote for government as the solution to all our perceived problems.
I agree he could have worded this part differently, but I think the point is that a single person elected to high office won't fix anything unless we, as a nation, are willing to address these issues, which he believes are most critical.
Right on.
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